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this morning in southern california from complications related to leukemia. she was 73 years old. born in los angeles. james got her big break while singing on san francisco street corners back in the 1950s. she takes a look at the vocalist's life and music. it's the signature song, known to the world as the blues singer, etta james. >> every time someone gets married, they say, sing at last. >> she was born to a 14-year- old mother she rarely saw and a father she never knew. she got her start singing in a baptist church in los angeles, then join add girl group and started making solo records. ♪ [ music ] >> it was the 1961 hit song, at last, that put etta james on the map. rolling stone magazine ranked james 22nd on their list of the 100 greatest singers of all time. the three-time grammy winner got a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2003. singer, beyonce, played james in cadillac records and she sang, at last, for president and mrs. obama's first dance at the 2009 inauguration festivities. james made remarks about beyonce's performance, which are drug induced dementia. james embat
complications related to leukemia. she was 73 years old. born in los angeles, james got her big break while singing on san francisco's street corners in the 1950s. >> takes a look at the vocalists life and music. ♪ [ music ] >> it's the signature song of etta james, known as the blues singer. >> every time someone gets married, they say, sing at last. >> she was born to a 14-year- old mother she rarely saw and a father she never knew. she got her start singing at a baptist church in los angeles, then joined a girl group and then finally started making solo records. ♪ [ music ] it was the 1961 hit song, at last, that put etta james on the map. rolling stone magazine ranked james 22nd on their list of the 100 greatest singers of all time. the three-time grammy winner got a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2003. beyonce played james in the 2008 movie, cadillac records and sank at last for president obama's first dance at the inauguration. james made remarks about beyonce's performance, which attributed to drug induced dementia. james battled obesity and heroin addiction. her healt
. her long-time manager revealed the diagnosis of terminal leukemia. bigad shaban looks at her life and music. ♪ [ music ] ♪ at last ♪ my love has come along >> reporter: it's the signature song of james etta hawkin known to the world as a blues singer etta james. >> every time somebody gets married someone says sing "at last." >> reporter: she was born in 1948 to a 14-year-old mother she rarely saw and a father she never knew. she got her start singing in a baptist church in los angeles and then joined a girl group and finally started making solo records. ♪ [ music ] >> reporter: it was the 1961 hit song "at last" that put etta james on the map. rolling stone magazine ranked her 22nd on the list of the 100 greatest singers of all time. [ applause ] >> reporter: the three-time grammy winner got a star on the hollywood walk of fame in 2003. singer beyonce played james in the 2008 movie "cadillac records." and she sang "at last" for president and mrs. obama's first dance at the 2009 inauguration festivities. james made disparaging remarks about beyonce's performance which jame
away. she died from complications of leukemia, she was 73. >>> a huge brush fire continues to burn this noon in reno, nevada, firefighters are still trying to get the flames under control. dozens of homes have been destroyed and thousands evacuated from theirs. the wildfire broke out yesterday in a valley. at least one person has been found dead but officials are waiting for an autopsy to determine if it is fire related. >>> security teams in london are training for a terrorist attack during the olympics, police and military boats are sweeping up and down the river thymes. there is no specific threat about the river that stretches 210 miles across england but say they are not taking chances either. >>> still to come on wjz's eyewitness news at noon, a big change in store for the weather. details coming up in your complete first warning weather forecast now two and a half minutes away. >>> first here is a look at today's midday stocks followed by last night's multimatch numbers. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> welcome back, i am jessica kartalija, live here in the inner harbor where the pur
also sang to honor james who died battling leukemia. it's the nation's first welcome home parade for a rock were veterans. thousands gathered to honor those who returned it. it was all organized by two friends on facebook. they did not think there was enough fanfare for troops coming home. they met with the mayor and it mapped out a route and made it happen. every year it is getting bigger and better. dozens of people bolting into the bay for the polar blared plunge. we will give the estimates of how much was raised. >> temperatures a cooperative for that. and there is another weather disturbance out to the west. we will detail the forecast coming out. >> tens of thousands of that during plungers braving the chesapeake bay in this year's polar bear plants. preliminary numbers and show 14th thousand 500 participants in the 16th year of the event. 11 news was live sunset all kicked off until the final plunge. so far we are told participants raised $2.5 million this year. >> this is so amazing. i am so impressed. all of these people came out to help raise money. he helped raise awar
with their family. she has been diagnosed with leukemia. also suffering from dementia. >>> ethnic canon is not living kidney failure from keeping him looking good. shows him a barber giving a haircut inside his room.al transferred to a in l.a.. he became ill. he thinks fans for their concerns. >> could do here. missed nation's capital the mark slid men's health magazine. >> the magazine described it as averagehere the more degrees in a thermometer. washington, d.c. came in fourth. list of looking each city's high school rates along with levels of people over 25 years old. >> it is 37 degrees. >> still ahead, a wild night for a florida state trooper. >> still ahead, a wild night for a florida state trooper. [ snoring ] [ thunder crhehes ] [ snoring ] [ thunder crashes ] [ snoring ] [ male announcer ] vicks nyquil cold and flu. the nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fet r, best sleep you ever got with a cold... medicine. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] vicks dayquil. defeats 5 coln & flu symptoms. ♪ >>> coming up, harry thomas jr. former member of d.c. council. resigned last n
tebow time. >> i sort of jump on the bandwagon. >> he was diagnosed with leukemia. his cancer went into remission but two years later he relapsed. one day last october while he was undergoing chemo. >> i said, have you heard abot ut tebowing. he said, i want to try it. >> tebowing while chemoing. >> he probably doesn't even look at the tweets. >> he responded saying it was his favorite of the day. in a locker room interview the quarterback said this. >> like the kid had cancer and said he is tebowing while chemoing how cool is that? >> he met tebow in person. >>after the game, they hung out one-on-one. >> i was sad because that was my friend. >> he might feel like the underdog, but he says that he is inspired to find a way to win no matter what. >> he may have another chance to meet him if the broncos square off against the ravens in baltimore. he will be cheering extra hard tomorrow night. >> what a story, so much bigger than football. it ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] combine a pnc cashbuilder visa credit card with a pnc performance select checking account and get u
in southern california. james died last week of complications from leukemia. >>> hundreds came out in vallejo today to honor the life of a fallen officer. people hit the road for a 29-mile trek from vallejo to vacaville in honor of the officer who was shot and killed chasing a bank robbery suspect back in september. the walk will be followed by dinner at mission church in vacaville. all money raised will go to the family. >>> a fire battalion chief suv crashed into a taxi while responding to emergency call in san francisco. this happened at gary and laguna in japantown this morning. the cab driver and the passier were hurt and were taken to the hospital. investigators are trying to figure out what happened and who's at fault. >>> if you're out and about in san francisco this weekend, be prepared for some delays. there are a series of 24-hour closures in the market and church area. that's due to muni's rail replacement project. part of church street is closed to drivers, some transit lines following their normal routes. everything should be back to normal in time for the monday commute. >>> an
. etta james passed away after a long battle with leukemia. and she once said, when i'm singing the blues, i'm singing life. here's abc's linsey davis. ♪ at last >> reporter: it was the song beyonce serenaded the obamas with during their first dance at his inauguration. it was a tribute to her idol. ♪ my lonely days >> reporter: for five decades, etta james' calling card. platinum hair, feisty spirit, musical grit. james would write, "the bad girls had the look that i liked. i wanted to be rare. i wanted to be noticed." that palpable emotion and raw pain often attributed to a difficult childhood. mom left home. she never knew her dad. but she would rise up and break into the male-dominated music industry of the '50s. the first woman to speak up and push back. demanding influence in the recordings of her records. she would win four grammys. but always battling demons. drug addiction and then disease. leukemia claimed her life. but it will not silence a voice that lives on. in its silk, and its sass. ♪ my love has come along >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york. ♪ at last >
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. she was 73 years old. she had been diagnosed with leukemia. she died in a hospital in riverside. she was 73. >>james: we're looking for 4 in. of rain to fall today. in the sierra, a mix of rain and snow. snow levels are down to about 6,500 ft.. as we saw earlier, the storm system is breaking up. concord and walnut creek is kind of hit or miss. how would be this afternoon? we have another round headed towards us from noon on. that is the first indication of heavy rain. if you can, be wary need to be before 8:00 p.m.. >>justine: is a statewide air alert for a missing girl in said it. it is an 11 year-old girl named taylor. said of the police tell us that the suspect is for mothers ex-boyfriend. police say he took the young grow at gunpoint from her bedroom. here's a picture of the missing girl. 5 ft. 3 in. tall, black hair and brown eyes. the suspect is pictured here. he is considered armed and dangerous. 42 years old, 5 ft. 6 in. tall weighing 170 lbs.. witnesses saw him leaving the scene of the house on tap the court in san jose driving a dark late model minivan with an unknown licen
% of all children with cancer. and we cure almost 90% of children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia the most common childhood cancer and a disease that was absolutely incurable in the 1960s. >> reporter: one of the discoveries that has led to success with children was learning the nature of the disease, something that was not fully understood 40 years ago. >> cancers are diseases of our genetics of our d.n.a. and we develop mutations in those cancer cells and those mutations are what cause the cancer and what drive the cancer and we now understand for example in a disease like leukemia that there are multiple different types of leukemia even though they look the same under the microscope which are driven by a different one of these dna mutations. >> reporter: oncologists now also know that childhood cancers are genetically less complex than most adult cancers and respond better to both chemotherapy and radiation treatment. but there was a time when doctors didn't have the resources they do today to target specific gene mutations with drugs. one of link's first patients was nancy mcg
of 73, after battling leukemia and other ailments. >>> well, over 10 feet of heavy snow is piling up in central japan. the snowfall stranded older people, trapping them in their houses. volunteers were called in by the city's social welfare council to help remove it from the fronts of homes, belonging to the elderly. look at all of that. about 20 volunteers helped shovel them out. my goodness. >> that is some serious snow. >> nothing even close to that happening here. >> no. thank goodness. >> not even an entire season. we only have 1 1/2 inches on the year. that's it. >> oh, my goodness. >> and that's way below normal. >> and temperatures way above normal. take a look at where we sit right now. even with a cold front going through, it is still 47 degrees outside. our average is 42. and we're already on the way back down from today's high, in the 50s. now, of course, we do have some changes since it is the end of january. and we will have that forecast coming up after this break. stay with us. ,,,, i'm laura, and this is my cvs. i just transferred a prescription to cvs, because they
was a three time grammy award winner. she died from complications with leukemia. etta james was 73 years old. >>> well the snow blowers and plows were out in force in chicago. winter weather crippled the evening commute and also caused the cancellation of more than 600 flights. the city says the full fleet of plows are on the road and up to 8-inches is expected in chicago -- poor maryland. in chicago. >> a little breezy for maryland. >>> it's chilly out there. it's pretty much ending in chicago and just beginning here. took all day to get here. taáeubg a look at ray -- take a look at radar. little bands moving in. some warmer air is coming in over head. i expect the snow to last probably till 3:00 a.m. from now until 2:00 or 3:00. we expect a little accumulation particularly around the city and north to the pennsylvania border. south of us it's going to start mixing with sleet. setting up to p.a., maybe one to 3-inches can accumulation kind of quickly. then we see a bit of a break and a few bands of precept moving into the region. with warmer air coming in, it's generally going to be sleet
or they don't want to tell you what is wrong. >> reporter:a alicia's daughter was found to have leukemia. >> i watched her loose her hair. i watched her loose her ability to walk. i worry wednesday would loose our health insurance. >> reporter: they were united in one thought. >> i agree with the -- the health care should be a right and not a privilege. >> it's like are you the translators. we are talking in a foreign tongue and you are the bridge between what the bill is and what congress did and how it impacts every day, average americans. >> reporter: abc 2news. >> the affordable care act was signed in to law in 2010 and won't be put in by the year 2014. >>> millions of women wear them every day and though they know they aren't comfortable they probably don't know they could be bad for their heart. doctors have said that high heels don't support the foot but now they say they can shorten your calves and cause inflammation. if can happen from wearing shoes. >> reporter: and they say that women come in to the office with high heels there is almost nothing they can say to stop them w
complications from leukemia in southern california. born in los angeles, james was discovered singing on a san francisco street cornerback in the 1950s. she is survived by her husband and two sons. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, bankrupt, and >>> i'm dana king. here's what we're working on for the 6:00 news. bankrupt and tossing millions of dollars worth of stuff into a dumpster. why solyndra is destroying valuable assets. an exclusive cbs 5 investigation. and it's something we all learned in kindergarten. but one bay area man has taken it
form of leukemia. >>> twin girls born in a tampa hospital have often usual distinction. one of babies were born in 2011, the other in 2012. >> they decided they were coming in early. >>> here, 37 minutes in to the new year, hickman was delivering her baby boy in arundel medical center, he is born to jody and shawn, they are both of annapolis. that's a photo, congratulations. >>> photographers covering ever inch of the white house. never before seen photos inside the president's home. a look at those and getting ready to pull out more money if you plan to take a european vacation this year. why, coming up in a bit. as we go to break, a live look at traffic, 695, old court road. we don't have the camera right now. we will have that in just a bit when good morning maryland continues. neil, any luck finding a car? not yet. i want to buy used but how do you know what you're really getting. check out carmax. all their used cars are guaranteed. that's where henderson found the one for him. way to go, henderson. finding the perfect car is easy at carmax because each car is carefully selected,
been in and out of the hospital recently and has leukemia. her voice lib of classics like "at last" and "something's got a hold of me." she will be missed. still to come, why it is a good weekend to eat out in baltimore. details on restaurant week. plus, honey can do more than just sweetened tea. how it can help you fight the common cold. >> the temperature map shows the cold and the warm and the storm will be riding right between them coming over us. seen just about anything in the next 24 hours. details of the forecast coming up. at the moment, sun. at the moment, sun. >> in today's consumer alert, the cost of stamps going up today. beginning sunday, the price of first-class postal stamp will go up a penny to 45 cents. the first increase in more than two years. postage for postcards will increase by 3 cents to 32 cents and letters to canada or mexico will do -- go up by 5 cents. if you have forever stamps, they are still valid and always equal and balanced to the first class 1 ounce rate. the cost -- all parts of the country have been walloped by old man winter this week, other p
is a symbol of water life and happiness in japan. when a woman was dying of leukemia after the bomb dropped in hiroshima, she created the crane as a symbol of peace. the symbol has resonated with so many people. we've got a lot of people to come in and write wishes and put them on the crane. there are over 7000 cranes on the tree, 13,000 stars to add some more sparkle and help with the wishes up to the heavens. so, we are really grateful we have the ability to create this gift for the city of san francisco. we would like to thank everybody who helped us. there are some many people. a lot of kids in the city of san francisco. that is pretty much it. thank you. thank you for coming. millie. [applause] it would not be a san francisco event without a blessing from the sisters of perpetual indulgence. >> good evening, everyone. i am here to bless you. will ask for everyone's attention for just a minute. if you please, would you close your eyes, bring your hand close to your heart, and take a deep breath. friends, family, to date -- today we're gathered beneath a symbol of energy, life, and hope
his daughter with leukemia. >> she has never been able to go sailing on the bay so it made her really happy. >> reporter: students like this 13-year-old ana hernandez learn new skills. >> i can actually say that i know how to sail and how to manage a sailboat. yeah. so it's pretty cool. >> reporter: for captain richard, a former professional photographer, deciding to lead the volunteer expeditions was easy. >> my whole childhood was on boats and i know what that can mean to a child to get out there, the adventure, you know, getting the love for the sea and the marine life. >> reporter: he spent more than a dozen years sailing similar journeys with thousands of kids for the pegasys project in berkeley. now he is launching his own nonprofit, spirit of the sea. a representative of the berkeley boosters police activities league says he makes a difference. >> he really relates to the kids well. he has great stories to share with them. he has so many years of experience on the water. he's just very passionate about it and the kids get that. >> reporter: right now, he takes between 12 to 14
treatment for leukemia and her mom died from skin cancer. >> reporter: how did you get this done? >> through my friends. these are the people who lifted me up. >> reporter: her charity, emmy's heart is named for her mom but the purpose comes from what she learned at josh's bedside. >> the little girls get up and they put it on and they giggle and they spin and they just feel beautiful. i don't know who gets more out of it -- the kids or me. >> reporter: the cape gets payton and his mom through nine therapies a week for down's syndrome and fortifies 6-year-old jacob brown. >> it's just like captain america. >> reporter: as he prepares for heart surgery. >> he's our superhero for sure. >> reporter: at parties like this, the kids discover they are not alone. it may not look like it but doctors say the organized chaos, the child's play is actually very effective medicine. >> now you're a superhero. >> reporter: for the patients and the doctors. >> sometimes we are stressed out. to see the children running around and happy it's a good thing for all. >> reporter: indulging for a moment what no ill
was diagnosed with a severe form of leukemia. her mother reached out to mattel asking the company to make a bald version of the doll. mattel has made a bald barbie before but never mass produced. so far the bald barbie facebook page has gotten nearly 100,000 likes in less than a month. >> bet that would sell well. >> how could you say no? >> 70s somewhere today? >> somewhere. it's going to be close, upper 60s. cooling off sunday. >> enjoy it. >> friday the 13th. >> that's right. >> we're out of here. >> see you monday. >> caption colorado, llc comments@captioncolorado.com style like a fashionista. save like a maxxinista. fashion direct from designers. savings direct to you. t.j.maxx. let us make a maxxinista out of you.
to stardom. the earthy r & b diva lost her battle with leukemia. it was here in san francisco in the jazz district she shed her gospel roots, honing her skills as a feisty rhythm and blues singer. she would have turned 74 next wednesday. >> two state lawmakers are trying to block california's controversial rural fire feed before it takes affect. and yikts call the fee an unfair back door tax hike z warn that depending upon how many acres are involved it could grow to $3,000. >> that is a lot of expou sure so that with people living in fire districts which is an additional self imposed fee a community would put on themselves is like triple taxation. >> the rural fee was part of last june's budget but remains under protection board review. some 800,000 californians have to pay that fee and it could generate $90 million per year. >> and there is a company founded by neil young is being sued over a fire that gutted a building. reporting that they filed suit this week and the suit accuses the company of negligence for converting the lincoln continental to run on electricity and a generator. th
because of the length of his hair. the 17-year-old is a leukemia survivor and he decided to grow out his hair so he could donate it to an organization called locks of love after he found out a sister of a family friend was also battling cancer. despite that, he has no plans to cut off that hair. so folks, is the school out of line for suspending j.t.? he is growing that hair for charity. or does the school have to enforce the policy for everyone to keep other students from coming up with reasons to skirt the rules? weigh in. the address is mailbag@wusa9.com. we'll feature your comments tomorrow on mcginty's mail bag. >>> our weather roller coaster keeps going up and down. giving way to spring-like days to come. top tells how warm it might get. that's coming up. but first, zach johnson gets a temporary reprieve. that's up next. >>> zach johnson is getting two more weeks of freedom. the prince georges executive was start to set serving his seven year sentence for bribery and extortion. but the washington post reports a judge pushed that date back to february 18. the judge issued that exten
leukemia. >> i won't get bored. >> the patients have just responded amazingly. we have a lot of patient here who would never have the means to be able to have this kind of equipment. >> reporter: maya is the hospital's senior music thermometer. >> so with the ipad that aidan donated to the music program, kids can listen to music. >> reporter: maya is the hospital's senior music therapist. >> so with the ipad that aidan donated to the music therapy program kids are able to donate through garage bands. >> reporter: it started with music then added devices for kids to use email for keeping in touch with friends, playing games or learning foreign languages. each item is hand-delivered individually decorated with a personal touch the way aidan intended. aidan personally decorated over 80 ipod cases before he lost his battle with cancer in 2010. his mother continues their mission in texas while kelly, who now works in san francisco, volunteers here in memory of the little boy who taught him so much about perseverance. >> he was a kid that for 13 years changed who i am and changed my life. so
already have one. oh. ♪ >>> wet that james died from leukemia complications this morning. james made many hits throughout her career best known for her powell rendition of "at last." president obama famously danced to it during his 2008 inauguration ball. james always said she lived the life of the blues. after being abandoned by her teenaged mother she wrestled with weight problems, abusive relationships and drug addiction. james would have been 74 next wednesday. >>> in the east bay a man in jail on dui and hit-and-run charges this 29-year-old was drunk when into a plantar box then two parked cars he smashed his head into the windshield, police found him three blocks away and took him into custody. >>> mike nicco with the heaviest rains still to come. >> still to come and still rain for the football game sunday. updated forecast. various airports reporting delays. >>> sky 7 hd live over one part of the occupy protest in san francisco, a lot of police down there. this is a stand off between officers and protesters outside a wells fargo bank on california street, corner of california and
-c, and she was diagnosed with leukemia last year. etta james was 73 years old. >>> when we come back, we're going to have some winter driving tips for you. help you out. stay with us! >> italian cruise liner is moving and authorities are concerned it could sink altogether. i'll have that story coming up. >>> rescue workers were forced to suspend their search of the cruise ship that has been grounded off the coast of italy. 11 people are confirmed dead, and hope is dwindling for more survivors. >> reporter: the search for victims on the ground concordia game treacherous as the weather took a turn for the worse. rescue teams suspended operations after sensors detected the wrecked cruise liner is shifting. the ship's bow is moving at half an inch per hour. >> we need to check the stability of the ship, how it's moving. >> experts are trying to determine whether the movements are just the ship settling on the rocks or if the concordia is starting to slip off the reef. the sea floor dropped sharply just a few yards behind where the ship has run aground. italy's environment minister warns if t
after losing her battle with leukemia. she was 73 years old. and an amazing icon in music. >> no doubt about it. that song always sticks with you. >> all right, let's talk about this -- i don't know what's going to stick with us? warmish? >> we can't call it winter. i swear we cannot call it winter. we've been crazy warm. there's no real sign of an arctic plunge. but familiar some arctic plunges to be found. thousands of people raising money for one of the best causes known out there, special olympics. near and dear to all of our hearts. great cause out there. i'm a fan of writing a check, not diving into the icy cold waters. they get about, oh, chest deep or so and then they oh, where's the checkbook. >> good job, everybody. raised a ton of money per special olympics. 43 degrees our current temperature. winds have finally started to die just a little bit. they were pretty ferocious. now out of the northwest at only 9 miles an hour. temperatures in the mid 30s across northern maryland. gaithersburg and germantown, bethesda, chevy chase, silver spring, college park. and down across much
leukemia when he was a baby, he went through five- years of chemo and now at 17 he wanted to grow his hair long enough to make a donation to locks of love for other cancer patients. >> they are say thinking can't grow my hair out to give back to a cause they fought my whole life for. >> the school is holding firm in its decision but likely will call an emergency board meeting later this week. >> [inaudible] after their owner opened the gates and committed suicide? one of them died today. the spotted leopard that was among six caught intaken to the zoom over the weekend he was hurt when a door accidently gate closed on him. workers said they had no choice but to put him down. >>> in health news they are responsible for helping people get healthy. nurses, long hours may be putting them at ring for being overweight. that's it from a new study. more than half of the nurses surveyed were over weight. researchers blamed the lack of sleep saying people are more likely to eat poorly when tired. >>> and doctors over weight are less likely to talk about weight with their patients. researchers at
week of complications of leukemia. she was 73. hundreds came out in the layout to honor the life of avon officer. they hit the road for about 29- mile trek from alejo through vacaville. teesside was killed in november. the walk was to raise money for his wife and three daughters. he was the great officer and the great person. >> the walk was followed by dinner at the mission church. if you are out and about be prepared for some delays. there are series of closures in the market and church area due to the rail replacement project. part of church street is putting drivers on short lines following the normal routes. >>> some high school students stumbled upon the man stuck in the muddy river for days. students were on the field trip when they heard the man calling for help. they counted the deep in the muddy water. the student said he sounded disoriented and rescuers used the police system to get him out. >> he stated he was out there for five days. he was extremely cold. we had to bring out the blankets and hot packs to try to initiate some warming procedures. >> turns out the vic
away at a los angeles hospital this morning after a battle with leukemia. her raw, passionate vocals can be traced back to triumph and tragedy. the 73-year-old was one of american music's first bad girls. james scored her first big hit as a teenager, but it wasn't until she moved to san francisco that she started singing the blues in the jazz district. >>> new state jobless numbers are out and they offer a glimmer of hope. it fell to 11.1% last month thanks to a seasonal retail hiring and job growth and construction, information, health and education and even government. a break down of the bay area shows unemployment remains lowest in marin, san francisco and san mateo counties at 7.3%. it is higher in the south bay at 8.9% and highest in the east bay at 9.3% there. >>> bowing to pressure by a one-day on-line blackout and the ire of millions of users, they took two anti-piracy bills off line indefinitely. the senate's protect intellectual property act, pipa and sopa were designed to stop the on-line piracy of movies and the like which costs billions of dollars every year. critics sa
at a los angeles hospital this morning after a battle with leukemia. her raw, passionate vocals can be traced back to triumph and tragedy. the 73-year-old was one of american music's first bad girls. james scored her first big hit as a teenager but it wasn't until she moved to san francisco that she started singing the blues in the jazz district. >>> new state jobless numbers are out and they offer a glimmer of hope. it fell to 11.1% last month thanks to a seasonal retail hiring and job growth and construction information health and education and even government. a break down of the bay area shows unemployment remains lowest in marin, san francisco and san mateo counties at 7.3%. it is higher in the south bay at 8.9% and highest in the east bay at 9.3% there. >>> bowing to pressure by a one-day on-line blackout and the ire of millions of users they took two anti-piracy bills off line indefinitely. the senate's protect intellectual property act pipa and sopa were designed to stop the on-line piracy of movies
life. >>> wet that james died from leukemia complications this morning. james made many hits throughout her career best known for her powell rendition of "at last." president obama famously danced to it during his 2008 inauguration ball. james always said she lived the life of the blues. after being abandoned by her teenaged mother she wrestled with weight problems, abusive relationships and drug addiction. james would have been 74 next wednesday. >>> in the east bay a man in jail on dui and hit-and-run charges this 29-year-old was drunk when into a plantar box then two parked cars he smashed his head into the windshield, police found him three blocks away and took him into custody. >>> mike nicco with the heaviest rains still to come. >> still to come and still rain for the football game sunday. updated forecast. various >>> sky 7 hd live over one part of the occupy protest in san francisco, a lot of police down there. this is a stand off between officers and protesters outside a wells fargo bank on california street, corner of california and montgomery. protesters blocked the bank ent
. james died last week of complications from leukemia. she was 73. >>> and hundreds came out in vallejo today to honor the life of a fallen officer. people hit the road for a 29-mile trek from vallejo to vacaville in memory of officer jim capoux, who was shot and killed while chasing a bank robbery suspect in november. the walk was followed by dinner at mission church in vacaville. all money raised will go to the family. >>> meteorologist jim bernard joining us now. last weekend we had rain, this weekend it's spring. >> winter to spring, definitely it as we see once again high pressure setting up around the bay, keeping temperatures very balmy here. upper 60s to low 70s for a high. warm across the bay. slight offshore breeze continues to keep us clear and dry, and it will cool us off into the morning hours. we'll see no fog forming as a result of the dry conditions out there. increasing clouds gradually through the day tomorrow, but the cooling trend into the beginning of the week, we continue dry and mild from the looks of things into and through next weekend. right now, we're looking
weeks. she is now operating on her own although she is suffering from terminal leukemia and dementia. today, our report are good announced her engagement to her longtime were offered. fan to >>kimberlee: and the actor who played darts a current and choreographed many of the board of the ring no bid has died. mission impossible was taught at the box office over the weekend. number one for the second week in a row with an estimated 31.3 million in ticket sales. charles holmes stayed in second place when slightly more than 22 million and albert and the chipmunks held steady in third place with 18.3 million. >>vern: stanford and oklahoma state, the game is still in progress. we will have that story coming up on the late show. the oldest bowl game of them all, the rose bowl. russell wilson, 18 yds, wisconsin and oregon are on their way to setting records for points scored. derrick thomas, 11 yds. that made it 42-38. the first rose bowl victory for organ since 1917. in the outback all, michigan state in white, tied at 27. michigan state hold on to win 31-30. the capitol one bull, the gamec
from complications of leukemia. she was 73 years old. james spent years battling a drug addiction but overcame it. she has won a number awards, including six grammies. her most enduring hits include "at last" and "tell momma". >>> a suspected drunk driver is under arrest after crashing into several cars overnight. police were called just after 2:00 after a man hit three parked cars near bishop and eldridge avenue. the driver was going about 70 miles per hour. he ran from his car after crashing into the last vehicle, but witnesses gave officers a description and they are able to find him a short time later. >> it sounded like something got hit really hard. my husband got up, got out side and they were just totally smashed right here in front of our house. >> the only person injured was the suspected drunk driver. he was taken away by paramedics with injuries to his face and hands. >>> an oakland man suspected of opening fire on a san leandro loves is under arrest officers arrested 25-year-old matthew nguyen after he was spotted in pinole yesterday. he is accused of shooting an unde
life to leukemia and was a nate a native of china town but attended san francisco state university where he was active in the san francisco state third world strike and fighting for ethnic studies classes in our schools and worked for 30 years as a federal employee in washington, d.c. for the eeoc and civil rights commission. he was a long-time supporter of small businesses and promightor of the golden gate caterers and editor of china line and teacher of chinese cooking. he'll be missed by many in our communities and a memorial service was held last saturday at the presbyterian church in china town and plans are made for a similar event in washington, d.c. in lieu of flowers, mr. chow's family request donations be made in his memory to organizations such as cameron house or presbyterian church in china town for the work of cameron house and unlock incorporated in san francisco. clerk: thank you, supervisor mar. superiors mirkarimi? supervisor mirkarimi: believe it or not, i actually have submissions. it's an addiction and i hear there are 12 step groups for this. i actually have s
is perhaps the best remembered for her classic at last. she died last week after a long battle with leukemia. >> now, you're alive and insta- weather forecast with chief meteorologist tom tasselmyer para >> a strange day. springlike in the morning and is starting to feel a little bit more wintry. changes occurring as a strong front made its way through the state. things have dried out nicely but there was a pretty strong line of showers. that is now as you can see off shore. a few flurries developing in the mountains. these temperatures around maryland are the lows for the day. 44 down at the coast. 42 degrees at bwi-marshall which is the low for the day. that is a 21 degree drop from where we are earlier in the morning. almost 9 tons of an inch at the airport. 4 inches of snow on this the back in 1925. even though it was 21 degrees normal -- above normal, it was well short of the record of 72 degrees until 1974. 20's and '30's in the mountains. probably the worst part of them over the next few hours. the winds are brisk. the temperatures will fall back into the 30's. he will see clear to pa
with leukemia this morning with her husband and son by her side. she was non four hits sanchez " -- such as "at last." she was 73 years old. ravens fans are, and on this purple friday but has it reached a new england? jennifer franciotti searched high and low. >> we had to get out and explore so we decided to head to boston. we had to make the detour because we found a place called him the raven's nest. >> let's go ravens! >> ravens fans may want to stop here on main street in massachusetts. it is where we found a bar and restaurant that made is still at home in baltimore. only for this week's, the owner had to change the name for fear of losing local business. >> i woke up and said we're not going to get anybody in here. i said we're going to college to the patriots nest. all raven's fans are welcome. bacon, and. >> if you're staying in boston, there is plenty to see. there is a place where sam adams once gave speeches. if you want some good food, seaport line is the place to be. there is a beautiful view of the harbor. >> we have the best food in boston. >> this person is ready. >> i am beyon
for legennary blues singer, ettaajames. aacording to her manager... james... who's diagnosed with leukemia... is doing slightly better.he also says her blood pressure is normal... and that she no longer needs a respirrtor. james is diagnosed with an untreatable form of leukemia. lebron james finds a special way to ring in thh new year... by getting engaged!the n-b-a star proposed to his longtime brinson... at a new year's eve party in miami.brinson is also the mother of his two children. micky arison... owner of the miami heat... tweeted good wishes to the couple.no word yet on any wwdding plans. coming up... the iowa which candidates are leading the race. 00:19:11baby cries, mom shushes 19:16 and we're introducing yoo to baltimore's first city... of city....of the to baltimore's introducing you to baltimore's ♪ when life gets busy... there are days where you want to give your immune system some support. try airborne. each serving contains 14 vitamins, minerals and herbs including zinc, echinacea, ginger, and a blast of vitamin c. it's the easy, great-tasting way to help support your im
leukemia. of course she is best known for the song "at last." she was 73. there's no concern about the crew ships sinking off the coast of italy. officials say the cruise liner may slip off of its alleged and that would cause it to sink farther into the water and a rupture the fuel tank. an underwater robot will study that today to see if there is a way to see if its stake in anger the ship into its current location. the much criticized captain is getting support in his hometown today. >> he is a good father, a good husband. as a captain, i have not had the pleasure -- >> they are great family. he's a great person. they have a great daughter. great people. >> is under house arrest, facing charges. 11 people dead, 21 remaining missing, including a couple from minnesota. it was really supposed to be the tip of a lifetime, a local mother and daughter are glad to be alive and are suffering from horrible images. an amazing story you will see only on abc 7. john gonzalez has more. >> when her daughter graduated from the university of maryland's last year she promised her a dream mediterranean cru
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